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SCHLOSS JEGENSTORF, MUSEUM FUR BERNISCHE WOHNKULTUR
In 1720, the castle mentioned for the first time in 1175 turned into baroque country residence. Although private until 1934, it now houses the Bernese habitat Museum of 17th to 19th century: In the interiors beautifully, we can see the bourgeois household of furniture and patricians of the seventeenth to the nineteenth century from the old town and the Republic of Berne. Highlights of the collection consist of valuable furniture woodworking workshops Funk, Abersold and Hopfengärtner, as well as paintings, clocks and stoves catelles the seventeenth to the nineteenth century. Castle Jegenstorf houses the largest collection of portraits Oberland. The charming park with pond and fountain, offers year-round and at any time of day or night a nice area to walk and relax.
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